DJI Broadcasts the Air 3 Twin-Digicam Drone

DJI has unveiled the most recent model of its midrange drone—the Air 3—which sits within the vary between the Mini and the Mavic 3. The drone boasts each wide-angle and telephoto cameras able to capturing 48MP stills and as much as 4K/100p video with no crop (not like the numerous crop at 4K/60p of its predecessor, the Air 2S). Curiously, DJI has chosen to scale back the sensor measurement, from the 1-inch design of the Air 2S to 1/1.3-inch sensors—with a possible picture high quality hit.

The wide-angle lens is equal to 24mm in full body and has a most aperture of f/1.7, whereas the telephoto lens is a 70mm equal with a most aperture of f/2.8. Each cameras can seize 10-bit D-Log M and 10-bit HLG coloration modes. DJI claims 10-bit D-Log M retains extra spotlight and shadow element for extra versatile post-production. Based on DJI, the utmost flight time is 46 minutes, which is dramatically improved—by 48%—over that of the Air 2S.

Different options embody omnidirectional impediment sensing (a primary for the Air sequence), FocusTrack on each cameras to maintain a topic within the heart of the body, 2.7K vertical capturing, hyperlapse capturing, and Night time Mode for higher leads to darker conditions.

The DJI Air 3 is accessible with the usual RC-N2 distant controller (which requires your smartphone and the DJI Fly app) for $1,100; and in two “Fly Extra Combo” bundles: (i) with the RC-N2, two further batteries, battery charging hub, shoulder bag, and extra, for $1,350, and (ii) with the RC 2 distant controller (which has a built-in 5.5-inch 1080p 700-nit display screen), two further batteries, battery charging hub, shoulder bag, and many others., for $1,550.